Possess Prohibited Drug charges, Goods In Custody charges

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Possess Prohibited Drug charges, Goods In Custody charges

Hornsby Local Court

Represented by solicitor and accredited specialist in criminal law.

Case Facts:

Our client was arrested by police and was found to be in possession of cannabis, $750 cash and a mobile phone containing incriminating text messages suggesting he was involved in the supply of prohibited drugs. He was charged with possession of a prohibited drug and goods in custody suspected to be the proceeds of crime. Police were continuing investigations in relation to a charge of supply prohibited drugs.

Our solicitor made representations (a written request for the withdrawal of charges) to the police. During the adjournment period when the police where considering our representations our client agreed to participate in the MERIT (Magistrates Early Referral Into Treatment) Program. He successfully completed the program and received a glowing report from his case officer

Case Result:

Our representations were successful and the police withdrew the goods in custody charge. Our solicitor appeared for the sentence and urged upon the court that consideration be given to dealing with the matter without recording a criminal conviction. After lengthy submissions the Magistrate agreed and discharged our client under section 10. This was a brilliant result and the client was extremely relieved and happy with the outcome. As our lawyer was leaving the courtroom she was approached by a person waiting for their matter to be dealt with in court and complemented on her persuasive submissions. This person was so impressed that she asked for her matter to be adjourned to allow our lawyer to appear for her on the next occasion.

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